Bonomo earned bronze again, this time in the men’s 100m freestyle, with a time of 51.26s, marking his second medal of the tournament and fourth of his now-decorated career.
The Gee-Gees spread the ball out incredibly efficiently, as four of their starters scored in double figures. As always, Caleb Agada and Mike L’Africain were the leaders for the team in the 74-49 win.
Biswal was a frontrunner in the women’s 60m hurdle from the get-go. She only solidified her status as one of the nation’s very best with her 8.45s personal best and gold medal run on day one of the tournament.
A tough full-court defensive effort and high shooting percentage was the key to Gees’ victory. Julia Soriano scored the team high for the night with 21 points, shooting seven of nine from three.
Much of mainstream culture has been pervaded with the importance that physical health can have on people, and as a result there is more interest than ever in being fit.
Audrey Prayal-Brown payed off big time for the Gees as she shattered an OUA record on her way to a gold medal in the 100m backstroke with a time of 1:09.62.
With 44 seconds left on the clock, Carol-Ann Upshall jumped on a rebound from Carabins goaltender and fired it home to tie the game and send it to overtime.